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    • Editorial Can't Make Up Its Mind About Edgy Wolfpack (LAT)
    • L.A. Skid Row's Frictions Between Homeless and Gentrification (Politico)
    • Blind Man Falls in Front of Oncoming Metro Subway Train and Lives (LAT)
    • This Month York Blvd Bike Lanes to Extend East to South Pasadena (Flying Pigeon)
    • Is There Really a Good Time to Drive on L.A.'s Freeways? (Curbed)
    • LA Streetcar Could Receive Federal Small Start Monies (LA Weekly)
    • Operation Firefly Giving Bike Lights in Glendale (Glendale News Press) and UCLA (Youtube)
    • Ground Broken on Cabrillo Village Affordable Housing (LongBeachize)
    • Fostering the Creative Economy in Long Beach (LongBeachize)
    • SF's Polk Street Contra-Flow Protected Bikeway Under Construction (SFSB)
    • New Report Tracks Pedestrian Death Data by State (GHSA)
    • Transportation in US Cities: Lots of Carrots, No Sticks (Atlantic Cities)

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